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To learn more about Arizona's landlord law, go to Arizona landlord's lawyer Norman Keyt's new Arizona Landlord website.

Arizona Landlord Tenant Forms

Arizona Association of Realtors Forms

The Arizona Association of Realtors prepared an Arizona residential lease form and a lead-based paint disclosure form that it sells to the general public.  The forms are for use only in Arizona, copyrighted and may not be copied without the permission of the Arizona Association of Realtors.  Call the AAR at 602-248-7787 to purchase their forms.

AAR Residential Rental Forms
  • Residential Rental Agreement

  • Lead-based Paint Disclosure - Rental - landlords of homes built before 1978 MUST complete this form, deliver it to the tenant(s) and have the tenant(s) sign it
County Assessor's Forms for Residential Property

Arizona Revised Statutes Section 33-1902 requires landlords of Arizona residential property to file certain information with the county assessor of the county in which the rental property is located or be subject to a fine of $1,000 plus $100 a month.  See the article entitled "Residential Property Owners Who Have Not Filed with the County Assessor are Liable for a $1,000 Fine."

The following counties had Notification of Arizona Residential Rental Property forms on their websites as of November 28, 2004:

University of Arizona Tenant Related Lease Forms

The following forms in Word format are provided by the University of Arizona for its students, but may be useful to other Arizona residential tenants (and landlords too):

Eviction - Forcible Detainer Forms

The Arizona Supreme Court provides the following sample justice court eviction forms:

The Maricopa County Justice Court provides the following evictions forms:

For information about how to evict an Arizona residential tenant, see Norm Keyt's article entitled "Arizona Landlord Tenant Law - Evictions."  If you value your time or want to make sure that your eviction is handled properly, you should hire an Arizona leasing attorney to do your forcible detainer and eviction.  If you would like Arizona attorney Norm Keyt to handle the eviction process for you, if there are special circumstances with respect to your tenant or situation, or if you need to evict a commercial property tenant, please call Norm at 602-265-0273 or send him an email at nck@keytlaw.com.

KEYTLaw, LLC, does not guaranty that the Arizona Revised Statutes displayed on www.keytlaw.com are current or complete versions of Arizona statutory law.  The statutory information is furnished "as is" and it may not include the current version of the law or new Arizona statutes.  See the Arizona State Legislature's web site for more information about the most recent version of Arizona statutes.

About Norman Keyt

Norm Keyt has been an Arizona lawyer since 1975.  He practices commercial civil litigation, including landlord-tenant disputes and evictions. In his thirty plus years of law practice, Norm has been lead counsel in over 100 jury trials.  Norm can be reached by telephone at 602-265-0273, email at  nck@keytlaw.com and fax at 602-265-5964.  Communicating with Norman Keyt via email or otherwise does not cause you to become a client or cause your communications to be confidential or subject to the attorney client privilege.

How to Hire AZ Landlord's Attorney to Evict a Tenant

To hire Arizona landlord's attorney Norm Keyt to evict a residential tenant or to advise you with respect to residential leases and problems with tenants, follow this link, call Norm at 602-265-0273 or send an email to nck@keytlaw.com.  No charge for quick questions about evicting a tenant.

 

This page was last modified on March 25, 2012.

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